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Happy Birthday Janis Joplin: Listen to a Massive “Lovelight” from 1970

January 19, 2017
Janis Joplin's time on this planet was much shorter than anyone could've hoped but she made the most of her 27 years here, giving us one memorable performance after the other including this "Turn...
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Song Premiere: ​Blair Crimmins “Passed Around”

January 19, 2017
Blair Crimmins is a multi-instrumentalist whose goal is to bring Ragtime and 1920’s style Dixieland Jazz to modern audiences. In the process, he crossed the country on tour with a horn ...
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RIP Glenn Frey: Gov’t Mule Play “Take It Easy” at the Beacon to Honor the Late Eagle

January 18, 2017
Today marks one year to the day that famed member of the Eagles Glenn Frey passed away, just one of the many horrific deaths in early 2016 that got the year set on its torturous, nightmarish...
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Umphrey’s McGee Did the Damn Thing to “Similar Skin” at The Tabernacle

January 18, 2017
Atlanta's Tabernacle ranks as simply one of the best places to see noted music enthusiasts Umphrey's McGee do their thing, and that was further bolstered with a blistering three-night run over the...
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Album Premiere: The Show Ponies How It All Goes Down

January 18, 2017
Band photo by Daley HakeThe Show Ponies will release their latest album, How It All Goes Down, this Friday, January 20. Andy Freeman (Eisley/Manchester Orchestra, Rocketboys) produced this new...
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So, How Did “Mercury” Get Left Off ‘Big Boat’?

by Rob Slater on January 17, 2017
Peter Wallace It can be argued that for all of the positives on Phish's Big Boat ("No Men in No Man's Land," "Waking Up Dead," "Blaze On") the album is missing that real heavy hitter. The song...
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Umphrey’s McGee at The Tabernacle (A Gallery)

January 17, 2017
Umphrey's McGee closed out their three-night run at The Tabernacle in Atlanta on Sunday night with a show that included some of their liveliest jam vehicles such as "Utopian Fir," "Bright Lights,...
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Pro-Tip: Don’t Try to Discredit Ryan Adams’ Battle with Meniere’s Disease

January 17, 2017
Taking someone's medical condition to task in the public eye is a dangerous game and one in which you best not miss. In this case, Q Magazine missed wide left and badly, like Blair Walsh but...
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Phish in Mexico (A Gallery)

January 15, 2017
Phish kicked off their destination event at Riviera Maya, Mexico on Friday night, for the first of three shows on the beach. Peter Wallace shared some photos from opening night. 
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Here’s Bob Weir, Dave Matthews, Flea and Ziggy Marley Roasting the Hell Out of Woody Harrelson

by Rob Slater on January 14, 2017
On January 19, for some reason, Woody Harrelson will film a live movie titled Lost in London. The "why" of this idea is unimportant but a bunch of celebrities and musicians have come together in...
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Unearthing Your #JambandConfessions on Twitter

by Rob Slater on January 13, 2017
Yesterday was a very honest day on Twitter for some of you, as the hashtag #jambandconfessions swept over the internet leading many of you to get those truths off your chest from years and tours...
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Phish in Mexico: Get Ready for This Weekend’s Run by Reliving All Three Shows from 2016

January 13, 2017
Tonight, Phish return to Mexico for another three nights by the ocean as they begin their 2017 touring schedule. Last year, the group surprised by announcing a destination event of their very own,...
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Watch Arcade Fire Play “The Suburbs” from their Upcoming ‘Live at Earls Court’ Release

January 13, 2017
On January 27, Arcade Fire will somewhat return with a new concert film chronicling their epic Reflektor tour taken from the band's 2014 show at Earls Court in London. Footage from the show...
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Yes, That is Bob Weir on Stage with Sammy Hagar in Cabo Playing “Mas Tequila”

January 13, 2017
This story gets more bizarre as it goes on, so please stick with me: It all starts with Sammy Hagar in Cabo leading a Flashback Friday 80's Extravaganza at the Cabo Wabo Cantina. Guests include...
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Video Premiere: Space Above “Fall Through”

January 13, 2017
Space Above is spearheaded by Aaron Short, the New Zealand-based producer and keyboardist for The Naked and Famous. Short enlisted McCarthy (BOYBOY) and Maddie North (So Below) to join him and...
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Song Premiere: Grateful Dead “Cream Puff War” (7/29/66)

January 12, 2017
Band photos by Herb Greene, circa 1966The Grateful Dead’s self-titled debut album was issued in March 1967. To commemorate the 50 year anniversary of that release the band will kick off a...

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